55" Model Here
Pretty good price on these if you've been toying with the idea of Ambilight. There are 3rd party systems that can be hooked up to other models, but to be honest, I've not seen a huge amount of positive things said about them. Would more than likely help with vanishing into a game and ignoring the rest of the world for a while.
For these sorts of specs with an Ambilight system, I feel this is a fair price really. Been waiting for a drop on the 49" Model for a while, it's been hanging around the £500 mark for a good few months, so good to see it drop.
Model numbers for your ref are:
Both TVs have a built in lighting system that will light up around the TV and correspond with what is on screen. You should check some videos out if you're interested. I use a light behind my PC screen and find it helps with eye strain too, although not sure if it will have that effect with ambilight system, on a TV, but it does help on a monitor for sure.
The Idea is that it makes the whole movie watching experience more immersive. So lights out, pizza on the lap and zone out.
From what i can see it's HDR+ via HDMI/USB only. Feel free to correct me if i'm wrong though. Seems to be good value at this price at the moment.
Stand Footprint on both sets
One of the most important things when buying a TV with they type of stand is the footprint. With the legs being set apart, you'll want to make sure your stand will be wide enough. The Footprint on these is 83cm
Below Specifications apply to both sets
LED TV Screen.
Screen size: 55 inches.
Motion rate 1000.
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
1 SCART socket, 3 USB ports and 4 HDMI sockets.
1 DVI socket.
Component video socket.
Suitable for wall mounting 400 x 200 bracket.
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